Warm Bodies (2013) – Review, Rating and Synopsis
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Warm Bodies (2013) Rating:
- Dylan = 8 / 10;
- Eloise = 7 / 10;
- Raoul = 8 / 10;
- Simina = 9 / 10;
- IMDb = 6.9 / 10;
- Rotten Tomatoes = 8.1 / 10;
Warm Bodies (2013) Synopsis:
R is a zombie-like pretty much everyone else in the world today. One day, in his hunt for food, he stumbles upon Julie, a young girl who happens to be the daughter of the survivor’s head chief. As they escape, they will learn to know each other and eventually change themselves and the world surrounding them
Warm Bodies (2013) Review:
If you’re a zombie flick kinda guy/girl (like I am), Warm bodies should entertain you enough for an hour and a half. Because it’s good! It really is. It’s not a brilliant or change-the-horror-cinema kind of movie but it’s really enjoyable. I have to warn you though. If you lower your standards as I did, it will surprise you.
Set in a post-apocalyptic world, Warm Bodies introduces another side to the creatures we all know as zombies. They think and feel. Well, R, the main zombie, the narrator of the movie, thinks and feels. He also falls in love with Julie, after saving her from an attack he leads to feeding. R is starting to change after meeting her and soon his change will affect the other zombies and the creatures who live with them in an abandoned airport.
It was hard to think that a zombie rom-com would actually work but this movie delivers everything it had promised. As I said, it’s not brilliant. It has its flaws but for a relaxing evening, it’s really fun to watch. The acting was good, both leading actors do their job well and sweet. The movie keeps its horror tag because it has some gruesome moments and it also has moments of hilarious comedy, which reminded me of The Revenant, another zombie flick made from the perspective of a zombie and Tucker and Dale vs. Evil.
And because it was so refreshing after years of dark zombie horror movies, and also because it made me feel all warm and fuzzy, I gave it 9/10